Science & Math

Zero’s Next-Door Neighbor: Imagining the Existence of the Smallest Number, the Largest Number, and the Superlative Number System

Zero’s Next-Door Neighbor: Imagining the Existence of the Smallest Number, the Largest Number, and the Superlative Number System

| August 11, 2018

ZERO’S NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOR Trying to answer What if…? questions can be fun and thought-provoking. What if the moon was made of cheese? Or made of chocolate? What if you just won a million dollars? Or try this one on for size. What if there existed a smallest number? This short book poses that very question, […]

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Compass Season: Find Your Bearings Through Nature’s Inspiration

Compass Season: Find Your Bearings Through Nature’s Inspiration

| July 23, 2018

What Others Are Saying About Compass Season: “Compass Season has so nailed what it means to live in the North year-round.” “Compass Season extols the natural world and its enduring ability to enlighten as it disperses the clouds of modern life.” “A beautiful book, beautifully written, inspiring yet practical.” “One of the best summer reads […]

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To Catch the Rain

To Catch the Rain

| April 2, 2018

To Catch the Rain: Inspiring stories of communities coming together to harvest their own rain, and how you can do it too This book is for everyone, and is especially written for: Community members: Get inspired and take action. Learn from others building their own systems around the world. The book is already being used to […]

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Aliens are Humans from the Future, UFO is a Time Machine

Aliens are Humans from the Future, UFO is a Time Machine

| March 31, 2018

Are you curious about aliens and UFOs? I bet you do! And you must have so many questions about this mighty universe, the unknown, the yet-to-be-discovered… Well, in this book, you will find answers to these questions: Is there any evidence that UFOs and aliens have visited our planet? What is the purpose of their […]

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Count with Me at the Beach

Count with Me at the Beach

| March 17, 2018

With a modern rhyme that encourages young learners to count along to ten, have fun counting with your child different things that can be found at the beach. Presented in big, bright and beautiful illustrations that combine 2D and 3D images, counting is an easy and enjoyable activity for the little ones!

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Marsianism: The New Mars Religion

Marsianism: The New Mars Religion

| March 1, 2018

Marsianism is a new religion for the 21st century. It is an honest approach to faith. It is atypical in form. It has no gods, holy men or holy books. It has no physical location, formal leadership or membership cost. It crosses all ethnic boundaries to include the entire human family. What is it? It […]

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Chemistry

Chemistry

| January 9, 2018

Your One Stop Guide to Chemistry! Free bonus inside! (Right after Conclusion) – Get limited time offer, Get your BONUS right NOW! Find out everything you need to know about amazing chemistry InChemistry for Beginners, you’ll learn about how Sciences are always seen as some of the most difficult subjects you can study. After all, […]

The Current War: A Battle Story Between Two Electrical Titans, Thomas Edison And George Westinghouse

The Current War: A Battle Story Between Two Electrical Titans, Thomas Edison And George Westinghouse

| November 3, 2017

The Current War: A Battle Story Between Two Electrical Titans, Thomas Edison And George Westinghouse Download This Great Book Today! Available To Read On Your Computer, MAC, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet! In the late 1880s and early 1890s, the introduction of electricity brought with it two competing systems of electric power transmission. A […]

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Faded Hope: A heart-wrenching tale of patriotism, love and a lost sense of belonging. In end, all that matters is love

Faded Hope: A heart-wrenching tale of patriotism, love and a lost sense of belonging. In end, all that matters is love

| September 27, 2017

Last week, there had been rumors that North Korea was sending a cruise missile. In a fallout shelter filled with men with limited energy and women with dead hope, rumors were simply fragments of their everyday life; they had grown used to it. But this didn’t defer the early warning communicated through the loud speakers […]

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What’s the Time

What’s the Time

| August 27, 2017

This book is for every age, anyone who can read and who is interested in what time is,will be the main audience.It explains why people think time is relative, what is time, and gives the audience examples of differentdevices to “measure” time, also it explains why time travel is not possible.If you want to know […]

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